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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .i- Page Written by Canadians for the Canadian Woman A MILLION AND A QUARTER TOO 'MANY WOMEN IN GREAT BRITAIN jolm Bull at His Wits' End lo Know Wliat lo Do About Men or Deport the Countries in the World arc Short of Women. ISUFFRAGETTES COMPLETE EDINBURGH TO LONDON MARCH] Haply th by es tha "million ton many" tin k I---A-." Countries Short of Women. to baconm grey. II or any nation, of nations, will to _--J lo these wu- L Mr. BnK wiil too sU-ut to UP- odd as a The is to flivl some une who don't know thai they arn a drug raAfrintonfol mtvrkiH. and tha of t-ryinj? lu kedp j tvt "Who hiro-ws what rwppwi if they should form n w aifMT end fake A i3etit-mined 1C they did, no nmoiUTl-pd man I wives would prob- nfty lw.ve to suiTOund But tha urn! aii over tne isurfi.ee of saucepan; It l.s a solemn rltrt, lii-n all the lliitilil has IIHOII ntMifai. hrliiB the sauce to the hotline point Mu-n i emr-- .linns. Iliat raukory Is iho win-si in clip jw.rlil. At Mis! II Is mil- It'MiUI ami s-tir vlsi.rously '1111111 inis- llliv uBaln. It the saui-i- In- (hiclicr Ihnn ilcsiroil add in.u-.. liquid; ff too ;t loux anil Krmlimllr nilil IIu> SIHICO to it. Sauces With Fresh Names. N to h, ,1 "lame.. III (tn, kiuuvs to make a ciiunn u u- M-e l> it thit, W 'k win M ni UKmm to link, tlilw tl 'ulmh.su, 11 "U "1l" whk-h 111" II ,U, ,l, a 1 s Cm- c-an also easily i uhkii oilll reliiin their Front-li inmci ihi onlv difference thw u nd certain additions In w o ol For. example. illy roll 1 I know no IllUn (if s( inelteil bntli n by the f.tcl (hat the llnl in the- te 1 jjtiiteijit-iit aiieni iht- oi: rnn T, w-n lhiil jt lj; -J_' wa? one of :he mu.st ivimu'ka and Imrmk-Ks publicity dcviees which has been used tn further the urn- of Vi.U'ss for Women From left lo rii-M' .Miss While. .Miss Brou n. Mrs. Alaririret Britain. ordepiirimerit f Dt fi.sed 85, who walked all way. and -Mrs .Mhro Robinson. than siieli is not ihe must ffwt BoUi Jakiixacs ire im- liMiftlri, 30 Is polng to btt -rtontt a'bout K? it would be H. terribte tt dwigftuers u .far outnumber ilut women. On other hand. In nirui.v of tJit snuiller countries of South America the ftinaie of .suoiety is in pre- dominance. Natalie. I havi- kiiuwu and i loved hbi- shv :i iCh a uniijn Is .cloumod to im- is. Vou iovij to rule ami ed for cnch So. after all, "l.OOO.OUtf loo many need not tiiiie a J from VOHr union -Still, i i-im" uivo well ;is ;it locks PrJni-.- .Miiiui. Uiu 'ituatjun. Torn From Her She Made the Scandal Public. .i M sim I Uwliamelis u v'elonte til, I Plus idditiou of cream: i tint QI j L i-s i pi ijji sance with tin- -iiiiiil in i Inns m onions. Or Wl' in order, to irci. lid tei-l Iheja 'of srlUl.C3 into nn-d 01 them. In nwnm we often see thli'lii-netl imix and Ihoso thick- beef an Tills I'Ypnch up- I "neci u'iUl ''ITJJ Ilolciindiilsc sauce is Plication is an from Romnn and beating Jn, was word for but UK meaning to-day is limited toii'l'Oni this fumiUiuion are made Itlb- Iho .Inioe from tin- roast or and eur-iimb.-r sauces, Variety of Sauces. TURNED OUT BY FORCE i Although Popular With People Gypsy's Awful Prophecy Wits Fulfilled. n.iwln iho I'Jiig-lish wurrl "iriMvy j Then thtrft :ir.- L-o'ld egfj sauces, The uddiiitm of hot made by beef yravy or jus is a (IMi-rloraU.in. or lcmo" Jliice jlein.ilely into egg yolks, care but jiff t In tin; inn king: of this to have the ingredients as cold aa possible. TM-IK superiority of ihe 1'roncli cook- r rom this liawls is made sauce tartar I is largely (Hit- to the variety i ;vn'e'1 's siniply mayonnaise with iof their sam-es. to whi.h siv'e or cucum- Si-eat care in th-.-ir prcpannlou. It! '1'ho Insredlonis used "in sauces are. tun ihornnyhly empliiisizcd i spohen ol1 under different lllclt the milking of Ijcrl'ornianre. Sttuees HTfally improve ihe dishts j vinegar adds a delk-iotis they accompany. -Many dviictul is lje used. of a plain sauce may ho .ishrooms- a Kulonin I kUdu-n boiifiuot. which iin-iudex bay leaves, sajje, marjornni. :lc. Tnrniffon flavor if vlne- cniisUid tilt: synipatliy, nut only nf j sauce. MIkin's ino.it powtrfui Ministers, but 'ol1 (hi- entire cmmtry." Then Milan played his trump card. nadl! h-v Hie nddltion of ac- horseradish, currant jelly, sherry. ood i vegetables such as carrots diced. Slierkine. cut in slices, Ilk' determined to divorce Natalie and rob her ol" her yon. The divorce pro- cf-edings wi-re rushed thnnigli the {Synod, Jind on October 1SSS, the on sauc'PS to rniikf liiem palaUiblP. and many made-over dishes when st-rved wiili j siK-rhins, cut in slices. grtM-n peas, e There tu-o: A Sauce-for Steak. IhosL- Inr meat, fish, -p rnllowins re-tpi. may b- iisod as the of soups I i steak. vnal t-utlctP rtc- .llslios, fum-y fllshw. Two finely chopped, ham; two tnl'lpsiK.oiis fine! Sauces se sed as the basis Ihos1 and i such as cro.inettes: dressinus for j lean, ra i "marriage between Milan 1. arid j "1U3I> llial "rvnl clK.ppe.l celery: two laldesponns carrot i Natalie, born was formally j'ver :l." .'ut in lablespou, onion fine jdisolved without the unfortunate Queeni 's nnlx' ot a very! une- Ilielnir allowed to ilejend heraelf. Fur- m0sl y i butter: quni- Servia. solemn conn.. L iead shoiiid .-a ruler NATALIE OF SERV1A, In- ;hon heed this j now an varnins' from :t woman of the j few diiys before he WAS lo I Iht- uliar the must bi'iiiitirul j thrniure "Sucha" turn from bwr arms, anil the weeping mother was left disconsolate. Well might this most unhappy of queens write: "My fate would draw tears from the very In Kuropv1? h-.' ifive with Was inaclly in kn't? Miih him'.' madly in j te; etvf: months she misfit have t hi- was a hopeles not and spfjudthrlit, aiul u gambler ho Xemusis, however, was at hand, mid of history how, the n i? is (juickly followed ;i rate, nnd everybody knows, is the most fatal tiling uhji.-li ,-nn happen 10 any i Turn: "If "Ituli: it nuld, an' li'- ftr y.-r hrilhfr" l.iitb- Tanr "Sn.1- 1 HOJ yp mtmy U-ea. but fullv tho prixd Slclt and of tho wliole bu.. won." nfcss, -Viitalii-, whonf- populttrily with Is Illon; I'nlfinaiu tainilyj' ppy the wooing tlmt if not lon.ct .St'rvuins was IntoiiHlflcd by the What n fntal hcliof! Xn- she would force her hiisbfind to abdf- nf cute soouro bnr own appointment Regent to her son. "Shu made the lie waitud nnotlier Cyll" itery of her Injuries public, and irapcrty in moilern history of Mm--! Suffragette: "Ami nmv, if ai.yon" vvliu hn-n-il my KPI t-.-ii ru.rii.v'ir "c' lovt-alurj- tlmil Ihut uC Scrvla'a i rear of "If yuu liiivun'l .my j may 1 sou you home ;